The EU-Interreg project AlpBioEco works on bio-based products along the food value chain in the Alpine Space, promoting bioeconomy and sustainable regional development through eco-innovative business models. Within the project, several innovative business model blueprints were developed and tested. In this process, value chains were analysed, product prototypes developed and tested, and possibilities for the implementation of the business models in different regions were evaluated. Now, in the final phase of the AlpBioEco project, all those information and project results will be transferred into implementation and policy guidelines. These guidelines will promote the implementation of selected eco-innovative business models in different regions, but also allow the transfer to of the outcomes of the project to other projects and regions in the Alpine Space. To develop these policy and implementation guidelines, AlpBioEco’s project partners work with small “Regional Advisory Boards”, that consist of local stakeholders and experts, and focus on one business model in each region. The members of the Regional Advisory Board will add their own experiences and knowledge and thus contribute to more in-depth regional guidelines.
On Monday, 12th October 2020, the Regional Advisory Board workshop of AlpBioEco’s lead project partner City of Sigmaringen will take place online. The Regional Advisory Board will work on a business model to promote the marketing and commercial use of regional walnuts in the South of Germany.
For more information, please contact:
AlpBioEco project coordinator
City of Sigmaringen